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Old 04-26-2014, 10:46 PM   #1
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This is another one of Mike Williams great patterns. It is done on 1/2 inch Spalted Maple. It took about 12 hours to finish and I really like it.
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Very cool ! Mike doesn't make easy patterns. Thanks for showing. Ray
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Sweet! Excellent job with the cutting. And the spalting adds a nice contrast to the scene.
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That turned out great. And I like your choice of wood for the project.
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Great job, I like the wood too.
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That is super. The wood does help to add to the cutting. Great job on a great pattern.
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Great job of cutting and a beautiful piece of wood.
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Nicely done.
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Super cutting all by itself but that wood really makes it a great piece of work.


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